Mississippi Arts Hour
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Richard Chenoweth
Malcolm White interviews Pascagoula restaurateur Richard Chenoweth, owner of Scranton's Restaurant and Catering.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Lawrence Wells
Malcolm White speaks with Lawrence Wells, Oxford-based writer about his new book, In Faulkner’s Shadow. Wells is the author of three novels, director of Yoknapatawpha Press in Oxford, and was married to the late Dean Faulkner Wells, William Faulkner’s only niece. His new book is a memoir recounting not only family stories and rivalries, but also bears witness to Wells’ front row seat in an emerging literary community.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Kristen Brandt
Melody Moody Thortis speaks to MAC's Director of Arts Industry, Kristen Brandt. In addition to managing MAC's grants to arts institutions across the state, Kristen also manages literary arts related grants and projects including the Poet Laureate and the Mississippi Writers trail. Kristen also serves as the point person for MAC's emergency preparedness initiative including overseeing COVID-19 relief grants.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Aimee Nezhukumatathil
Larry Morrisey talks with poet and writer Aimee Nezhukumatathil from Oxford. They will talk about her latest book, "Worlds of Wonder." It is a series of essays about Aimee's love of unique animals and plants and her personal connections to their stories.